Have you ever heard of the word “integrity?” It’s an old word, meaning basically, to be honest, having good character, fair, and truthful. In a nutshell, it means that your actions and your words line up. You’re not two-face, not double minded.
All around us these days, people are looking for people who have integrity. It doesn’t mean that you’re perfect. It means that if you make a mistake, you’ll admit it. It means you can say, “I’m sorry,” or “Thank you so much,” and “I forgive you.”
Integrity is staying true to yourself and most importantly, true to God. It means being dependable and reliable. When you and I walk in integrity, we bring stability, trust, and safety. Let’s make integrity a priority, shall we?
Proverbs 10: 9 says, “Whoever walks in integrity walks securely…”